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Member postings for Garbo

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Thread: Flying and Banter
30/11/2012 22:12:45
Thread: Friday free stuff
23/11/2012 08:41:20

Stik me in, not sure I could cope with the excitement of winning!

Thread: money protocols
22/11/2012 07:50:10

No, why would it? The bonus points are reduced. You know that bonus points can't be used for shipping charges? The shipping charge is the only one that shows up in PayPal .

Thread: Hobbyking Bixler 2
21/11/2012 07:06:48

I didnt call "finals" as I was doing circuits I think he called "Kamakazi" but I could be mistaken

20/11/2012 16:13:54

Twenty spins with a Bixler. Those of a gentle disposition should turn down the sound blush

20/11/2012 16:05:19

Here is the collision apparently Its was my fault, I'll let you decide.

Edited By Garbo on 20/11/2012 16:06:03

19/11/2012 07:53:36

You get a minimum of 30mins flying with a 2200mah 3s. I would recommend installing the optional

flaps. The longest single glide I have achieved is 9.55. We tested the stability of ours last Friday by putting it in a spin/inverted/top of a loop and letting go of the sticks, and within moments it settled into a gently glide. Oh and it survies mid airs well, (at least my one did)

Thread: TX Battery Charging
15/11/2012 20:24:12

Look on the bright side, your models are now safe.wink 2

Thread: Flying a restored Mosquito.
15/11/2012 19:31:26

I dont have many 16m21s left wink 2

15/11/2012 18:46:40

Just watched all 16mins of it!! nice but could have done with an edit.

Thread: 3M Tape
15/11/2012 18:41:59

Jeff you do know there is a UK warehouse open now with most of the "big stuff" no customs and much cheaper quicker shipping?

Thread: Ugly Plane, Great Price. Need a club trainer?
15/11/2012 16:33:31

It is listed in the UK warehouse today Price up about a fiver but shipping much cheaper

**LINK**

Thread: Can you help !!
14/11/2012 20:20:00

Here is a start

**LINK**

Thread: Durafly 'Autogyro G' PNP
12/11/2012 07:36:31

Nice video Richard. Hope you don't mind me asking, what's the blue and white canard at the end of your line up in the opening shot?

Thread: Ceramic Knives, worth the price?
11/11/2012 18:40:45

Well after a lengthy delay with the men at the customs it arrived this week and I gave it a try out.

Initial impression was, how on earth is this going to cut anything its a blunt a me ,,, then I realised the blade was in backwards for safety.

Quick flip over and boy its sharp, slicing through paper with ease. The blade is about twice as thick as a scalpel blade which raises a problem. While it cuts through balsa with ease the thick bade does tend to stick in thicker sheets. I didn't try it on thin ply or lite ply

I tested in on film and here it excelled giving nice cuts both for trimming and edging, I shall keep mine especially for covering and durability of the blade for this task will dictate whether its good value of not.

Thread: low and dangerous airshow
11/11/2012 08:46:34

I found it titillating and a little cheeky

Thread: Crane Fly Trainer Autogyro
10/11/2012 12:41:14
Posted by Bernie on 28/10/2012 15:57:43:

Just watched the Auto G vid ,It was good but for me a bit too commercial ,think i will stick to my build .face 17

Hope your not buying any comercial partswink

Thread: Axn or Bixler UK alternative?
10/11/2012 05:45:24

Here is a video of someone embarrassed attempting 20 spins with a Bixler 2

Thread: RC Airogrip - Model Restriant
10/11/2012 05:27:09

I would use a bigger screwdriver and a bigger piece of rope

Thread: Li-ion batterry
04/11/2012 22:13:17

If its a standard four button charger this might help

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